But how to do apply this to having 3 elements in the value of an array?

container.sort_by { |x,y,z| *lost here*
  puts x  <br>
  puts y  <br>
  puts z  <br>
                  }

Brian Mitchell wrote:
> On 10/13/06, Dominic Son <dominicson / gmail.com> wrote:
>> What method should i use?
> Actually, the better way to sort in this scenario is to use sort_by.
> 
> container.sort_by {|x| x[1]}
> 
> No need to mess with the <=> operator by hand.
> 
> Brian.


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